16 things to know today about coronavirus

16 things to know today about coronavirus
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Welcome to The Hill’s daily roundup of coronavirus news.

There are 1.3 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide, and 357,000 of those are in the United States. The country today hit a grim milestone, with over 10,000 deaths from the virus. While over in Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to an intensive care unit after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

Here's what you need to know today about the coronavirus outbreak.

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The latest:

 

More from the states:

 

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More from the trail:

  • Gov. Tony Evers (D-Wis.) moved to postpone Tuesday's elections in Wisconsin, but the state Supreme Court stopped him from doing so. Republicans had challenged Evers’s executive order, arguing that the move violates state law. Jonathan Easley and Justine Coleman have the story.

 

Overseas:

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit of the hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. A spokesperson said he remains conscious. Zack Budryk has more.
  • Nearly 20,000 foreign workers in Singapore have been told to quarantine for 14 days as a precautionary measure against coronavirus. Read more here
  • The rate of deaths slowed in Spain, with 637 people dying overnight, down from a peak of 905 deaths last Thursday. Rebecca Klar reports.